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will only function efficiently if participants believe laws will be enforced consistently and violators will be punished to the fullest extent of the law. there should not be one set of laws that apply to wall street and then for the rest of us. here's what the department of justice said. no corporate entity no matter how large is immune from prosecution. but also said prosecutors must determine whether there would be disproportion gnat harm to investors wsh pension holder, customers, employees and others who were not culpable. they did not like the response they got there. they called irt evasive. and said the department of justice didn't respond to a series of questions the senators asked about how often they've actually deferred prosecutions based on concerns about economic impact. >> thank you so much. reaction now from republican senator david vitter. >> yeah. he's been working with democratic senator sherrod brown on a bill to make sure the taxpayers never have to bail out the big banks again. that too big to fail issue. we'll get to that in a moment. first you just heard eamon's
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